Nigerian Armed Forces Latest News
The report which was recently published by highly respected international media house, Wall Street Journal has continued to generate reactions from prominent Nigerians and members of the public.
According to a statement by NAF spokesman, Air Commodore Ibikunle Daramola, the medical intervention, which began on Tuesday, July 30, is designed to bring succour to villagers who were displaced by the activities of armed bandits
Zulum said the insurgents were now using drones to monitor military operations. This, according to him, shows that the sect possesses higher technological warfare and expertise than the government’s joint military task force.
The invaluable role played in protecting Nigeria’s nascent democracy during the 2019 general elections would serve as a reference point on patriotism in the annals of the country in the years to come.
Two Nigerian Air Force personnel on Monday, July 22, lost their lives during a gun battle with bandits in Kaduna while several others were injured in an ambush by the gunmen at Birnin Gwari local government area of the state.
Troops of the Nigerian Army on Tuesday, July 23 attacked Azagbene community in Ekeremor, local government area of Bayelsa state in search of suspected militants, who reportedly ambushed and killed two soldiers.